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Clean Investments Inc Adolescent Program

Address

1601 Rutherford Lane
Suite A-100
Austin, TX 78754

Contact

(512) 477-6690

Treatment & Detox Guide

Alcohol Abuse Symptoms and Signs

Alcohol abuse is not to be confused with alcoholism. Those who abuse alcohol are not necessarily addicted to alcohol; however, prolonged excessive use could eventually lead to alcoholism. Alcohol abusers do not possess a dependence on alcohol, but usually drink more than is considered healthy. Distinguishing alcohol abuse symptoms from alcoholism can be tricky. How….

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What to Look for in Residential Treatment Centers

Choosing to get help for your addiction is a difficult decision as it is and to make things even more difficult you are faced with having to decide which type of treatment will be best for you. For most addicts, residential treatment centers provide the most significant care and the best chance for a full….

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Cancer- during treatment

Cancer is a deadly disease and therefore, naturally, on diagnosing cancer in an individual, can make him hyperactive and depressed. Many patients are likely to be tensed during their entire cancer treatment process. Therefore, here are some tips, discussed below, which will help the patient undergo his treatment comfortably. Mostly, the side effects of the….

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Your alcohol recovery and your children

For many parents working to overcome drug and alcohol misuse, the hardest part of recovery can be reclaiming the relationship with their children; learning to parent without using alcohol or drugs can be extremely stressful. Children of all ages suffer when a parent misuses alcohol or drugs. Typically, children experience confusion, fear, worry, sadness, and….

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